Brilliant insights from a brilliant film.Having raised an Autistic
son, and seeing the huge gulf between his inabilities at age 8 and the fine
young man he became by 18 by learning coping mechanisms and life skills, I would
have to add one more line from the movie:I think he's gaining
on us.BTW, he is now on a FT mission, and we couldn't be
I loved that movie and I like the advice. To me understanding what is understood
is what love is.
That was excellent--thank goodness it wasn't a slideshow.
Awwww that was just brilliant. Thanks for making me smile.
Brilliant! And it's applicable to many other areas of life, too, not just
a great article about a great movie. amen
This has got to be one of the best articles I've read in a while! Great
advice for even those without autistic kids. Thank you.